English Lavender Cuticle Butter



A perfected blend of raw Argan, Shea and rice butter, our smooth cuticle butter promises a revolutionary treatment for the frequently abused area of skin responsible for protecting your nail matrix. It remains solid at room temperature but rapidly turns to gentle oil on contact with the skin, quickly absorbing to provide lasting moisture and protective benefits. Scented with pure lavender essential oil and requiring only the smallest amount for application, a little goes a long way to provide a natural way to healthier cuticle care.


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Key Ingredients

Extracted from the nut of the Butyrospermum parkii tree of Ghana, this raw and unprocessed ingredient helps to deeply hydrate dry skin. Remaining solid at room temperature, it quickly melts and absorbs on contact with the skin, acting as a long lasting moisturizer while gently relieving inflammation from dry skin.

Grown in the deserts of Morocco, the oil taken from the nut of the Argan tree has been used throughout history to condition and hydrate hair and skin. Studies have shown Argan oil to reduce transepidermal water loss, increase water retention in the skin and improve skin elasticity. High in tocopherols and phenols, Argan oil absorbs quickly without leaving a heavy oil residue, like olive oil.

Ingredients/Ingrédients: Argan Butter (Argania spinosa Kernel Oil, Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil), Rice Bran Butter (Oryza sativa Bran Oil, Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil), Butyrospermum parkii (Organic Shea) Butter, Lavandula angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Tocopherol (Vitamin E)

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